Founded in 1946, the Celtics are one of basketball’s founding franchises. It is the most successful in NBA history, with 17 championships, which accounts for 23.9 percent of all NBA championships since the league started.
They have a world-famous rivalry with the Lakers and have met them a record 12 times in the NBA Finals (including their most recent appearances in 2008 and 2010).
During their remarkable history, the Celtics have only truly struggled in one period, the 1990s.
Houston has a Harden problem. Tom Hall takes a look around the league and makes the case for teams that should move in for one of the league’s most polarising stars.
The rise of a new superstar in Boston seems like good news, but Charlie Liptrott wonders whether it might throw a few spanners into the Celtics’ works
Ahead of this year’s festive showcase, Sean Guest looks back at some of the most memorable Christmas Day games
With gamers abuzz with the new Xbox and Playstation, Thomas Lamming checks in with the top 10 NBA players and how it matches up with real life
Anthony Davis and Bam Adebayo have had dominant postseason performances, helping their teams reach the NBA Finals. Could their impact send a shockwave across a league, that over the past decade has increasingly favoured small-ball? Tom Hall takes a look.
Matthew Wellington and Mike Miller recap the close-out games of the Conference Finals before digging into the 2020 NBA Finals match-up between the Los Angeles Lakers and Miami Heat.
Matthew Wellington and Mike Miller discuss Anthony Davis’ game-winner, Dwight Howard’s mind games, Boston’s Game 3 adjustments, All NBA Team snubs alongside your questions, (K)nicks Silly Nonsense and Discourse on Discord.
We might not see anybody fill Kareem Abdul-Jabbar’s shoes on the court, but Jaylen Brown is trying to live up to his hero’s off-court qualities – Josh Coyne recalls his first experience meeting the Celtics forward in a Harvard lecture theatre
On this day in 2007, the Boston Celtics renewed their relevance as a force in the NBA by trading for Kevin Garnett in what turned out to be a franchise-changing moment.